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Triathlons for a Cause 2012 (Mass General Cancer Center)
 
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Michael Klonsky is participating in a number of triathlons in 2012 to raise funds and awareness for the Mass General Cancer Center. In this video, he talks about what he's doing, why he's doing it, and a little bit about his friends and family whose lives have been touched by cancer. If you can, please donate to the Mass General Cancer Center in support of his efforts. Music cc. "Chiado" by Jahzzar
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Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
 
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5 For Good: Police in Massachusetts taking part in breast cancer awareness month
 
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State police and departments all over Massachusetts are going pink in an effort to raise awareness, prevention and to find a cure. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube for more: http://bit.ly/2526UpS Get more Boston news: http://www.wcvb.com Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wcvb
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A look into the Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center (VIC) at Mass General Hospital
 
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The Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center at Mass General or VIC is a broad network of diverse medical and business professionals who collectively understand each aspect of the path, from discovery to first use of new medicines in people, in order to accelerate the development of novel preventative (vaccines) and potentially curative medicines (immunotherapies) for infectious diseases and cancer to positively impact health in the United States and beyond. For more information please visit www.advancingcures.org A special thanks to www.tubifi.com for donating their time, footage and expertise to making this video
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Dana-Farber Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorder Center Overview
 
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Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center is an integrated pediatric hematology and oncology program through Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Children's Hospital. We offer, in one specialized program, the full spectrum of services that are needed for diagnosis, treatment and ongoing care of even the rarest and hard-to-treat conditions.
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5 For Good: Police donate gifts to child with cancer
 
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A boy in Chelsea is getting some new support from his local police department. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube for more: http://bit.ly/2526UpS Get more Boston news: http://www.wcvb.com Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wcvb
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The Scarf Project Artist, Bonnie Ashmore
 
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Artist Bonnie Ashmore created a series of paintings based on chemotherapy drugs used during her battle with cancer, reclaiming them as beautiful, colorful designs. PEM has turned one of these paintings into a silk scarf for a buy-one-donate-one partnership with the Mass General Cancer Center. Buy your scarf at the PEM Shop while supplies last!
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Mass General: Who We Are
 
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To enable Closed Captioning, click the CC button on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Diversity is the richness of human differences. Inclusion is when everyone feels connected, valued and engaged. At Massachusetts General Hospital, we believe that because of diversity we excel; through inclusion we respect; focused on equity we serve, heal, educate and innovate. Special thanks to participants: Dennis Norman, EdD, of the Department of Psychiatry; Lidia Moura, MD, of the Department of Neurology; Chimwemwe Clarke, RN, of Ellison 10; Ailina Fernandes, of Nutrition and Food Services; and Mourad Elkacemi, of MGH Revere HealthCare Center. For more information, www.massgeneral.org/diversity-and-inclusion.aspx
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Connor DeBoer Survived Cancer
 
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At 13 years old Connor DeBoer was diagnosed with Stage IV Ewing sarcoma, a bone cancer that affects children. She talks about her experience receiving treatment for over a year at Tampa General Hospital's Children's Medical Center and what her mom did to make sure everyone knew her story.
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Cancer Patient Calls For Radiation Therapy at MGH
 
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Cancer Patient Cindy Jeffers, mother of five, explains the hardship of having to travel miles away from Mon General Hospital for radiation therapy. Mon General Hospital is seeking a Certificate of Need for a radiation oncology center. Please sign our petition urging the West Virginia Health Care Authority to approve project. Type this address into your browser: www.mongeneral.com/supportcancercare.
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Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
 
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Mass General Radiation Oncology 'Graduation Ceremony'
 
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30 radiation treatments and done!
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4H Club members raise more than $1,400 for cancer patients in need
 
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Cooley Dickinson Hospital's Mass General Cancer Center received more than $1,400 to help their cancer patients in financial need.
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Conquering Cancer: Personalized Cancer Care
 
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Session Chair: Michael B. Yaffe, David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT; Professor, Departments of Biology and Biological Engineering, MIT; Senior Associate, Broad Institute Panel: Daniel A. Haber SB '77 SM '77, Director, Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center; Isselbacher/Schwartz Professor, Harvard Medical School; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Michael T. Hemann, David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT; Latham Family Career Development Assistant Professor of Biology, MIT David M. Livingston, Emil Frei Professor of Genetics and Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Deputy Director, Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center; Chief, Charles A. Dana Division of Human Cancer Genetics Corbin Elizabeth Meacham, G, David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT; Department of Biology, MIT
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MGH and the New England Patriots Team Up to Kick Colon Cancer
 
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Dr. David Ryan of the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center reminds everyone to get a colonoscopy starting at age 50. Know your colon cancer risks, know your family history, and remember to give yourself a potentially life-saving birthday present when you turn 50! For more information please visit: http://www.mgh.harvard.edu/cancer/services/treatmentprograms.aspx?id=1434
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iWalk4MESO - A virtual race to end mesothelioma.
 
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iWalk4Meso.org Help fight cancer – even if you’re not a doctor. All you need to do is walk. Join us for the iWalk4MESO virtual race to raise money for research and spread awareness about this deadly disease. All donations go to the Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center of Massachusetts General Hospital – the original and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. They’re doing some exciting research, so the lawyers leading our firm, Weitz & Luxenberg P.C., have pledged to make a matching donation – up to $25,000! How to Join the iWalk4MESO Virtual Race: 1. WALK OR RUN. It doesn’t matter where or for how long. 2. POST. Take a picture of yourself holding up our sign which can be found at www.iwalk4meso.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/iwalk4meso-page.pdf or create your own, and post it to your Facebook and to our group page at www.facebook.com/groups/iwalk4meso/. Challenge three friends to do the same. Make sure to include in your posts the hashtags: #iwalk4MESO #MesotheliomaAwarenessDay #EndMeso 3. DONATE. Send a donation directly to Mass General http://because.massgeneral.org/iWalk4MESO and we will, too! Learn more at iWalk4Meso.org WHAT IS MESOTHELIOMA? Mesothelioma is a very deadly type of cancer. People get it decades after they’ve been exposed to asbestos. Asbestos used to be everywhere, especially if you worked in construction or shipbuilding, or as a mechanic who worked on brakes. There’s also asbestos throughout many buildings – including tiles in the floor and ceiling, and insulation around pipes and water heaters. It can surround you in a school office building or home. You may get mesothelioma when you breathe in the asbestos fibers. They settle near your lungs and in other parts of your body. This has a bad effect on your cells, and eventually makes them cancerous. Many people aren’t even aware that they’ve been exposed to any cancerous materials. It often doesn’t appear until 40 or 50 years after the exposure – when they worked a construction job during the summer or did the laundry for a spouse. Mesothelioma is a horrific disease that affects thousands of people each year – let’s join together to raise awareness and money to get rid of this disease for good.
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Patriots players visit young cancer patients
 
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Three New England Patriots players visited young cancer patients Friday at UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more Boston news: http://www.wcvb.com Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wcvb5/
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The Magic Yarn Project - the one hundred 2016
 
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The Magic Yarn Project transforms young cancer patients into Disney-inspired princesses with luxurious yarn-wigs. The Magic Yarn Project and 99 other caregivers, researchers, philanthropists, advocates and volunteers were honored as part of the one hundred in 2016 for their commitment to changing how we fight cancer. Created and supported by the Mass General Cancer Center, the one hundred is an awareness and fundraising initiative that celebrates hope in the cancer community.
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Be a Piece of the Solution!
 
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Donate now: https://give.massgeneral.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=957 Our dear friend Judy Shanley has been living with stage-4 lung cancer for over two years under the remarkable care of Dr. Jeffrey A. Engelman and the Massachusetts General Hospital Team in Boston. Judy is receiving what is known as Targeted Cancer Therapy. Many oncologists believe that targeted therapies are the chemotherapy of the future. Dr. Engelman has Judy in a clinical trial for the drug Crizotinib. Although the drug has extended Judy's life, eventually the cancer will develop a resistance to it. Dr. Engelman and his team are currently at work trying to identify new therapies that will help Judy and other lung cancer patients. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Be-a-Piece-of-the-Solution/129884283762058
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Mass General Hospital Emergency Responders Team Charity
 
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Boston Marathon Emergency Responders Team 2018 Goal to raise $10,000 Visit my page, share, donate, cheer me on! https://www.crowdrise.com/mgherresponseteamboston2018/fundraiser/cassielincoln Song Credit: Klingande, Jubel & Stand By You Stand By Me Mash Up Sam Tsui and Casey Breves Video Credit (beginning) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yp7lRlxSYgc Image Credit http://c.o0bg.com/rf/image_960w/Boston/2011-2020/2013/07/23/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/tlumacki_Bostonmaratonfinish_sports504-4416-9428.jpg https://cdn.giving.massgeneral.org/assets/RUNforMGH.jpg
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A Day in the Life - the one hundred 2016
 
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Meet four nurses who are caring for their patients in above-and-beyond ways. Carl Frithsen, RN, Nicolette McDonnell, NP, Jennifer Powers, NP, Erika Rosato, RN, OCN, NE-BC, MHA and 96 other caregivers, researchers, philanthropists, advocates and volunteers were honored as part of the one hundred in 2016 for their commitment to changing how we fight cancer. Created and supported by the Mass General Cancer Center, the one hundred is an awareness and fundraising initiative that celebrates hope in the cancer community.
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Caring For A Cure 2018
 
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Caring For A Cure was founded by the nurses of the Mass General Adult Hematology/Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant program with a goal to improve the journey of patients and families with cancer through research, resources, and awareness. Learn more: http://www.massgeneral.org/cancer/everydayamazing/caring-for-cure/default.aspx
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Lazarex Cancer Foundation 2013 Honoree, the one hundred
 
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Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center sent a film crew to Lazarex Cancer Foundation to create a video for their "100 - the one hundred" annual fundraiser. Lazarex and Dana Dornsife, Lazarex Cancer Foundation's Founder and President, were nominated to be honored as one of the 100 individuals and groups whose diligence and discoveries, philanthropy and passion have helped advance the fight against cancer. The film features Dana Dornsife and Lazarex patient April Kulunk along with her husband John and their son. - See more at: http://www.theonehundred.org/#sthash.x674zsQK.dpuf
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Broadway & Beyond: ABBA medley - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Dr Daniel Haber on Why NFCR is important
 
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Dr. Daniel Haber, Director of MGH's Cancer Center talks about the difference seed funding from The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) has made for his research and his lab. I had the chance to interview him at his lab in the Charlestown MA. This former torpedo factory is aptly converted to finding precision tools to strike against cancer. Join NFCR's campaign for #Research4aCure here: https://secure.nfcr.org/page/contribute/general-donation
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Prostate Health Month: Advice on PSA Screenings & Cancer Treatments
 
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September is Prostate Health Month. Over 200,000 men in the United States are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. The American Cancer Society estimates that nearly 30,000 deaths occurring from prostate cancer in the U.S. will happen in 2012, making it the second leading cause of cancer death in men. Aria Olumi, MD, staff urologist and director of Urology Research at Mass General, shares his insight on what the general public needs to know about prostate cancer and PSA screenings. Olumi says while guidelines that hospitals have used to diagnose patients over the last two decades have led to an increase in men being diagnosed, there has also been an over diagnosis of prostate cancer and over treatment. His advice to patients is to discuss their screening and treatment options with their primary care physicians, cancer specialists or urologists. Prostate Health Month Videos http://www.massgeneral.org/about/newsarticle.aspx?id=3730 For more information about prostate health, visit the MGH Urology website: http://www.massgeneral.org/urology/services/treatmentprograms.aspx?id=1327.
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Dr. Dan Haber Boston Cannons Play4theCure Cancer Researcher
 
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sorry about the shaky camera. He made me laugh. Dr. Dan Haber a National Foundation for Cancer Research funded scientist tells why he is Boston Proud and impressed with the Boston Cannons professional Lacrosse Team stepping up to Play4theCure. Join Cancer Research Evangelist Dave Bjork and donate to support local research http://bit.ly/Bjork_HaberBC #cannonsfightingcancer #research4acure #CancerResearchEvangelist
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Broadway & Beyond: Clean Out The Freezer -  Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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2016 North Shore Cancer WALK
 
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Each year thousands of participants join together with family members, colleagues and friends for the North Shore Cancer WALK. As a walker, volunteer or donor, you can be part of an inspirational day in the fight against cancer. The 10K (6.2 mile) WALK route is an unforgettable journey of shared purpose and commitment. It winds through historic Salem, featuring an array of entertainers that lend a festive air to this profound community event. We encourage you to become a part of this annual celebration of life, hope and courage of all those who have been touched by this disease. Proceeds from the WALK will support oncology services at North Shore Medical Center and the Massachusetts General/North Shore Cancer Center. In the past, WALK contributions have supported renovations, clinical trials, wellness services such as massage and acupuncture to help alleviate pain and nausea, as well as supportive care programs for patients and their families. Visit www.NorthShoreCancerWalk.org for more information.
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Broadway & Beyond - It's A Musical -  Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Obesity : The Post Mortem
 
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Obese Autopsy : The Post Mortem Autopsy of a 56 year-old obese woman was suffering from Heart failure due to excess fat intake which cause heart diseases to her followed by Death. Documentary revealing just how dangerous too much fat is to our most vital internal organs. The programme follows a specialist pathology team as they conduct a post-mortem on the body of a 17-stone woman whose body was donated to medical science. Their findings, as they dissect the body and its organs, are startling, exposing the devastating impact of obesity with stunning visuals and fascinating medical facts. Morbid obesity reduces life expectancy by an average of nine years and is blamed for over 30,000 deaths in the UK every year. With 65 per cent of people already overweight or obese, this extraordinary film is a powerful contribution to the debate about fat, food, lifestyle and how the health service will cope with the growing obesity crisis. All credits to BBC. Watch the full film from BBC Three: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p046n462 Copyright Owner: Zodiak Entertainment 7 Wonder Productions It's only for Medical Education .. Presented By: Carla Valentine Doctor Mike Osborne Read her Full Story on our steemit https://steemit.com/@da7eee7 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/da7eee7/
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2009 Annual Video
 
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Jamie Valvano Howard tells her story and discusses the importance of The V Foundation to cancer research. V Scholars, Translational Grant recipients and Designated Grant recipients from UNC Lineberger Cancer Center and Duke Cancer Institute talk about the importance of The V Foundation grants.
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Broadway & Beyond: Run Freedom Run - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Broadway & Beyond: One Day More - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Broadway & Beyond: You Will Be Found - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Broadway & Beyond: We Are The Voices  - VOH
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Pancreatic Awareness Day 11-15-2012
 
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Video of an event commemorating Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day at the town gazebo in Franklin, NC. For more information, please visit http://www.grititude.com/ The organizers of the event ask that you send your donations to the following address: Make checks payable to: "MGH Cancer Center" earmark on "for" line of check "pancreatic cancer" and mail to: MGH Cancer Center Development Office c/o Andy Kitaff 165 Cambridge Street, Suite 600 Boston, MA 02114 http://www.massgeneral.org/cancer/
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Broadway & Beyond: Broadway Here I Come  - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Broadway & Beyond: I Was Here  - Voices Of Hope
 
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"I Was Here" memorial song dedicated to the Henri Termeer. Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Dana Farber Cancer - Is a Clinical Trial Right for You?
 
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Patients often have misconceptions about clinical trials that could influence their decision to participate. Dana-Farber, in collaboration with Brigham and Women's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, has produced an audiovisual program and educational booklet to dispel these misconceptions. Using their own words, patients and clinicians explain what clinical trials are and offer suggestions to help patients decide whether or not to enroll in a study. Read more and see the complete video here: http://www.dana-farber.org/res/clinical/trials-info/default.html
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Sexuality and Breast Cancer | Johns Hopkins Breast Center
 
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Sexuality and breast cancer often needs additional help to understand just what to expect. Don Dizon is an oncologist specializing in women’s cancers at Lifespan Cancer Institute. He and Director of Breast Cancer Survivorship at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Elissa Bantug sit down to discuss sexual functioning after breast cancer, why these issues occur, treatment modalities, tips for partners, and sexual wellness. Watch more videos about living with breast cancer at https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/breast_center/patient_information/videos/videos_sexuality_reproduction.html
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Broadway & Beyond: Put On Your Sunday Clothes - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Patrick Swayze ♥ - The Truth - A Barbara Walters Special ♥ [Part 5/5] HQ
 
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Swayze was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in late January 2008, and has been undergoing chemotherapy and other treatments at the Stanford University Medical Center. A March 5, 2008 Reuters article reports that Swayze "has a very limited amount of disease, and he appears to be responding well to treatment thus far". Swayze's doctor has confirmed the actor has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, but insists he's not as close to death as reports suggest. Specifically, Swayze was diagnosed with a type of pancreatic tumor called Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasm (IPMN). In early May 2008, it was widely reported that in a number of tabloids that Swayze had undergone surgery to remove part of his stomach after the spread of the cancer, and that he had rewritten his will, transferring his property to his wife. In a statement made on May 28, Swayze said that he continues to respond well to treatment at Stanford University Medical Center. In late May 2008 he was seen at a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game, his first public appearance since his diagnosis. In 2008 Swayze was treated with Cyberknife radiotherapy cancer treatment. In late July 2008, six months after allegedly being given just weeks to live by medical experts, Swayze was seen in Los Angeles LAX airport appearing healthy. When asked about his condition, he told reporters "I'm cooking. I'm a miracle dude, I don't know why". Swayze appeared on the ABC, NBC, and CBS simulcast of Stand Up to Cancer in September 2008, to appeal to the general public for donations for the initiative. Swayze said to a standing ovation, "I dream that the word 'cure' will no longer be followed by the words 'it's impossible'. Together we can make a world where cancer no longer means living with fear, without hope, or worse". After the show ended, Swayze lingered onstage and talked to other cancer survivors; executive producer Laura Ziskin said, "He said a beautiful thing: 'I'm just an individual living with cancer.' That's how he wants to be thought of. He's in a fight, but he's a fighter". Swayze has denied claims made by tabloids that the cancer has spread to his liver. However, in his interview with Barbara Walters which aired in January of 2009, Swayze revealed that he had a "tiny little mass" in his liver.
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Greg Chastain - For Forever -from Dear Evan Hansen - Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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Broadway & Beyond: Darren Bessette & Krystal Polychronis -  Voices Of Hope
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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VOH: Children Of Eden highlights  2017
 
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Voices Of Hope is a nonprofit organization of more than 200 individuals from Greater Boston who sing and perform to raise awareness and funds for cancer research through theatrical performances. Established in 2009 as a way to honor loved ones impacted by cancer, VOH has achieved a great level of success in raising funds through theatrical and musical performances large and small, in venues such as Symphony Hall, North Shore Music Theatre, TD Garden, Gillette Stadium, the Hatch Shell, and Fenway Park. This group of dedicated members voluntarily work year-round to attract donors who support their journey. They have successfully secured private and corporate sponsors, including Fuddruckers, Conquer Cancer Coalition, Walmart and WGBH to help offset the significant costs associated with theatrical production. It is through these efforts that VOH has connected with thousands of people who are moved by the power and passion of their song and have joined their ever-growing community of hope for a cure. To date VOH has raised over a half a million dollars for cancer research The local non-profit, which is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research through musical performance, will donate proceeds from the show to support cutting edge work being conducted at the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the Mass General Cancer Center. The Termeer Center has been the proud recipient of annual support from VOH since their 2012 season. Amazingly, VOH has become the second-highest donor (after the Termeer’s themselves) to support the many costs associated with the Termeer Center’s early phase clinical trials of promising new therapies and related studies. “The efforts we have undertaken in the past several years –accelerated by Voices Of Hope’s support–have allowed us to understand why it is that one patient responds to a therapy so much better than another,” says Keith Flaherty, MD, Director of the Termeer Center at MGH. “Specifically,we use these funds to augment our robust tumor biopsy program, where we procure, deploy, and analyze patient’s specific genetic testing to help us link the best possible treatment for their unique mutation(s).” From the performers, to the choreographers, musicians, back-stage tech, and directors, this production represents more than 100 dedicated members of VOH. Personally impacted by cancer or dedicated to finding a cure, these volunteers collectively donate thousands of hours to rehearsal and planning in the months leading to this single night.
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MGH surgeons perform 1st penis transplant in U.S.
 
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A team of surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), led by Curtis L. Cetrulo, Jr., MD, and Dicken S.C. Ko, MD, announced on Monday May 16, 2016, that they have performed the nation’s first genitourinary reconstructive (penile) transplant. The 15-hour operation, which took place earlier this month, involved surgically grafting the complex microscopic vascular and neural structures of a donor organ onto the comparable structures of the recipient. Click here for more information: http://www.massgeneral.org/about/pressrelease.aspx?id=1937
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This is how children who have beaten cancer mark the end of their treatment
 
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These are the heart-warming moments brave children who have beaten cancer mark the end of their life-saving treatment – by ringing a bell as they leave hospital for the final time. As their long-suffering families, and medical staff who nursed the stricken kids back to health, form a ‘guard of honour’ and applaud, the youngsters carry out the symbolic gesture to celebrate the end of their gruelling therapy. The bells feature in hospitals across the country, including Bristol Children’s Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital, where thousands of children, such as Sam Sharland and Oscar Beardmore are treated for the disease. Every day, 12 families will be told their child has cancer, with 10 children and young people tragically losing their fight each week. But with the aid of research funded by Children with Cancer UK (https://www.childrenwithcancer.org.uk/), which is marking its 30th anniversary this year, it is hoped more children and their families will be able to celebrate the ‘all clear’ with the symbolic bell. The charity is marking the milestone anniversary with the launch of a new website, logo and video highlighting its work. Estimated survival rates for childhood cancer in 2017 are thought to be around 84 per cent, up from 64 per cent in 1990. And while there are an estimated 35,000 survivors of childhood cancer alive in the UK, this number is growing by around 1,300 a year. But survivors can also end up with long-term emotional and physical problems, sometimes as a result of the aggressive treatment needed to save their lives. Patients also typically face a five-year wait after finishing their treatment before they can be considered cured. Sam, aged 10 from Woking, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in 2013, at the age of just five, after suffering pains in his neck and hip. After three years and four months of treatment at The Royal Marsden, Sutton, he finally had his chance to ring the ‘end of treatment bell’ after his final course of chemotherapy in April 2017. Mum Tamsin, said: “Sam is thriving now he is ‘off treatment’. It took a couple of months for his strength to return and he had a difficult time with a few side effects. “A long summer holiday break and a trip to France to see our friends really helped. “Cancer has taught our family to make the most of life.” Oscar, from Wednesbury, West Midlands, was born in 2014 and grew into a healthy and happy toddler, but his mum Cheryl was given the heart-breaking news in June 2017, when he was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma. Within days of his diagnosis, the youngster was admitted to hospital to start the first of 13 sessions of strength-zapping chemotherapy. Months later, doctors decided to operate to remove the mass, but despite this, Oscar still needed proton therapy treatment in Germany to reduce the risk of a relapse. Cheryl said: “We lived in Germany for seven weeks while Oscar received 28 sessions of proton therapy while under general anaesthetic, five days a week. “This was Oscar’s final course of treatment, and on our return to the UK he finally got to ring the end of treatment bell. “As a family we have been to hell and back, but Oscar in true ‘superhero style’ has shown tremendous courage throughout and has never complained. “It’s Oscar who has been our ‘rock’ and got us through the darkest of days when it should have been the other way around.” In the UK, cancer is the most common cause of death for children aged one-14, while for teenagers it is second only to road accidents. Brain tumours kill more children and young people than any other cancer, with one type, Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), currently having no cure. Children with Cancer UK spokesman Mark Hooley, said: “At Children with Cancer UK our vision is a world where no child dies of cancer. “When developing our new logo we wanted to show the progress made in childhood cancer treatment over the past thirty years since the charity was established, but also how much more work there is to do. “We hope our new TV advert and logo will help show how vital scientific research is to make safer and kinder cures for childhood cancers. “Childhood cancers are different to the cancers in adults, so it’s crucial that we continue to invest in innovative new treatments like precision medicine that could improve survival rates in even the hardest-to-treat cancers, reduce the burden of toxicity for young cancer patients and help keep families together. “The end of treatment bell is a symbol of the world we are helping to create. “The only way we can increase survival rates and find out why children get cancer is by investing in cutting-edge research. “We won’t stop our work until every child cancer sufferer gets to ring the end of treatment bell. “We’d also like to thank the wonderful people at End of Treatment Bells for placing the bells in hospitals around the UK.”
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MGH Hospital
 
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Short video of Diane (Mom) in Massachusetts General Hospital middle of December 2012
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MMC Cancer Institute - Judy's Story
 
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http://www.mmc.org/cancerinstitute - When Judy Bauman first came to the Maine Medical Center Cancer Institute, she was seeking treatment for ovarian cancer. Her husband Jack was there with her every step of the way. They recently returned to the newly renovated facility to join the Celebration of Life and Open House where they reconnected with a few of their caregivers and reflected on their experience with care that was centered around them. Learn more: http://www.mmc.org/cancerinstitute VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: (music) How are you? I'm well thank you. So good to see you. Good to see you. With the renovation we took on more space. We've improved it for patient safety, and comfort. Oh my, yes. (music) The feedback we're getting is that it's making a bad experience a little bit better. My background is in nursing so whatever can be done to help the patient as they go through treatment, I'm all for it. And I am very impressed with what has been done. It's nice and cheerful in there. Yes. These two heads as we call them, on the front are really just elaborate computerized radiation detectors. We're the only ones in the state right now that have this particular technology. This is a program called monkey in the chair, where the monkey takes the student's spot in the classroom, or saves his seat basically, if they're in the hospital either for chemotherapy or here in the clinic for any procedure. Someone asked earlier if the monkey does the homework, but we don't know if that happens. We both spent some time here, you know, I say we because we've been here together, uh, and together from the get go. Thank you very much! You're welcome! A little over a year ago now I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. When the first diagnosis was made, you know, it was a shock to both of us, because there were no symptoms or anything. We're entering into the breast center. I had the choice of coming here, to Scarborough, from Brunswick, or going to Mass General , and I just had enough faith in Maine Medical. I thought I'd find you in this crowd. (laughs) How are you? It was excellent care. I just can't say enough about that experience. You've got hair? Yes. Never had curly, never had curly hair. It's been a journey, but in our case at least a happy journey. It's wonderful, now I'm three months in between check ups, so here I am to tell the story. (music)
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